Avivo Forum Guidelines
Welcome to the forum area for Avivo and we hope you can be part of the conversation.
When you register to be a part of the forums it’s important you spend a little time getting to know what’s good and what’s not so great to post.
The bottom line is respect. Respect others views and re-read your post a few times before you post to make sure what you’re saying is on message and won’t hurt, insult or belittle anyone.
If people use the forum to post obscenity, misinformation or content that is offensive or misleading it will be deleted and the user banned from participating.
And being a forum where many people can post it’s also important that the views being expressed are not necessarily those of Avivo.
Read below for some other tips and tricks that will help you navigate the forums and get the best value.
Your voice is important and for Avivo to grow it requires good discussion right across the organisation so please, share your ideas as it all starts with a conversation.
Tips to get started
- Search the other posts to see if your topic is already covered.
- Use a meaningful title for your thread.
- Do not use a forum to promote your product, service or business.
- Be civil. Personal differences have no place here.
- Stay on topic.
- Do not submit a post that requires readers to download a large attachment. Either explain the attachment or, better yet, provide a link to the information.
- Let’s avoid TLAs where we can. That is Three Letter Acronyms. Write so people can understand and feel part of the conversation.
- Do not use all caps or SHOUT in your posts. In addition, one exclamation point is enough.
- Do not post new problems on someone else's thread and interrupt a topic of discussion.
- Watch your sense of humor, posts may be read by people from a variety of backgrounds and ages.
- Do not post any information that you want private. Posts should not contain personal, identifiable information or content embarrassing to others.
- Do not post ”empty” or useless responses, such as just ”lol” or ”cool.” Only post responses when you have something to contribute.